In addition to our broad range of corrosion prevention products, we are ready to assist with your corrosion engineering and field service needs, including design, manufacturing, installation, commissioning and ongoing maintenance, as well as full turnkey solutions. We manufacture anodes and develop cathodic protection systems for onshore, offshore, subsea structure and civil Industry.

Infrastructure Anti-Corrosion

offshore oil platform cathodic Protection

Impressed Current Cathodic Protection for Offshore Platform

Compared with traditional sacrificial anode system, the impressed current anode system has the advantages of long protection life, environmental friendliness, and low maintenance cost. More and more mixed metal oxide anode design units are used as the preferred cathodic protection materials.
Cathodic Protection of Bridge Jetties

Cathodic Protection for Jetties and Docks

We provide cathodic protection for steel piling systems on dock and jetty structure – including impressed current anode system or galvanic anode system. Galvanic anode systems have shown dependability for long-term protection, whereas impressed current anode systems highlight exceptionally low consumption rates.
Reinforced Concrete Corrosion Repair & Protection

Reinforced Concrete Corrosion Repair & Protection

Many reinforced concrete structures (such as bridges, parking garages, and marine piers) suffer from premature degradation, most commonly caused by chlorides. Cathodic protection is used by many building owners as an integrated part of the maintenance strategy to preserve and extend the life of existing structures from future corrosion damage.
Cathodic Protection of Oversea Bridge Piers

Cathodic Protection for Reinforced Concrete Bridge Piers

Bridges located in coastal areas are subjected to harsh conditions and suffer the deleterious effects of corrosion. Cathodic protection is a leading method for corrosion control. Impressed current anode systems are used for bridge piers above water and galvanic anode systems are performed for the submerged parts and lower parts of in splash-zone.
Cathodic Protection of Offshore Wind Turbine Farm

Impressed Current Cathodic Protection for Offshore Wind Turbine Foundations

Offshore wind turbine farms are exposed to humidity with high salinity and to intensive UV-radiation. The ICCP system with remote monitoring for wind foundations protection has shown fine durability against the aggressive marine environment.

Corrosion Protection for Storage Tanks and Vessels

Underground Installation of Huge Fuel Tank

Cathodic Protection for Underground Storage Tank (UST) Surface

Considering the appearance, cost and safety, many owners will consider using underground storage tanks. To minimize the rusting of steel tanks and connected piping which can cause a release of…

Cathodic Protection of Storage Tank

External Cathodic Protection Of Above Ground Storage Tank Bottom Plate

External corrosion of tank bottoms is a significant problem for tank owners. This can happen in any type of storage tank that comes in contact with soil or other corrosive…

Cathodic Protection of Water Tank

Internal Cathodic Protection Of Tanks and Vessels

Internal corrosion of metallic above ground storage tanks that contain or may contain conductive electrolytes is an issue that cannot be overlooked. Numerous factors can cause internal corrosion including but…

Corrosion Control for Pipelines

Underwater Oil Pipelines

External Corrosion Control Of Subsea Pipelines

In order to safeguard the technical integrity of subsea pipelines, a combination of cathodic protection and coatings is used to protect the external steel surface from corrosion. Virtually all new pipelines are equipped with aluminum bracelet anodes, which have three basic configurations: welded, tapered and bolted.
Buried Pipeline Welding

Impressed Current Cathodic Protection for Buried Pipelines

Corrosion of internal and external surfaces of pipelines is a leading cause of failure of buried pipelines. Cathodic protection is a common electrochemical technique used to prevent corrosion on buried metallic pipelines. Deep anode, shallow anode and linear anode are three basic approaches to cathodically protect underground piping structures.

Marine Corrosion Protection and Antifouling

Cathodic Protection of Marine Freighter

Impressed Current Cathodic Protection for Underwater Hull

By pairing reference electrodes with disc-shaped anodes mounted below the water line, the whole CP system is designed to continuously monitor the level of protection and automatically adapt to the current required to avoid corrosion.
Sacrificial Anode Cathodic Protection for Ship Structure

Sacrificial Anode Cathodic Protection for Ship Structure

Ships are often exposed to very harsh marine environments. Due to the environment in which they operate, the ship’s hull is often vulnerable to environmental corrosion. SACP is applied to ships to protect the immersed sections of the vessel from corrosion.
Marine Growth Prevention System (MGPS)

Marine Growth Prevention System (MGPS)

The antifoulants (ions) released by the copper and aluminium anodes in small concentrations create an environment that mitigates corrosion and discourages organisms to adhere and breed.
Ship Discharging Ballast Water

Ballast Water Management System

It treats the input seawater using a three-step process comprising of filtration, brine electrolysis and neutralization. This electrochemical method effectively removes sediments and disinfect marine organisms or microorganisms before de-ballasting operation.

Water Treatment

Electrodes for Swimming Pool Water Disinfection

Swimming Pool Disinfection

Electro-chlorination systems safely generate a low strength disinfectant (sodium hypochlorite) on-site by electrolysis of a brine solution — using only common salt, water Our engineers handle every aspect of fabrication and electricity.
Electrodes for Sewage Treatment

Sewage Treatment

Our solutions for wastewater reuse and discharge focus on organic contaminants degradation, electrochemical oxidation and filtration as well as removal of dissolved solids. With our combination of technologies, you are set to meet legal treatment requirements, all while minimising the operating costs.
Sea Water

Sea Water Desalination

Characterized by two electrodes operating in the electrolyte solution, electrolysis is widely recognized as a high-performing solution for seawater electrochemical processes.

Industrial Production

Hydrogen Production by Water Electrolysis

Hydrogen Production by Water Electrolysis

Similar to fuel cells, electrolyzers consist of an anode and a cathode separated by an electrolyte. Different electrolyzers function in different ways, mainly due to the different type of electrolyte material involved and the ionic species it conducts.
Sodium Hypochloride Generator

Sodium Hypochloride Generator

A sodium hypochloride generator is a system where diluted brine solution goes through an electrochemical reaction, producing sodium hypochloride as its final product. The hypochlorite ion can then release oxygen free radicals [O], which are highly oxidative when present in solution.
Chlor Alkali

Chlor Alkali

Dimensionally stable anodes (DSA) have gradually replaced graphite anodes in the chlor-alkali industry due to their excellent electrochemical performance. Titanium is considered an optimum choice for electrode substrate.
Electrolytic Organic Synthesis

Electrolytic Organic Synthesis

The severe limitations of fossil fuels and finite resources influence the scientific community to reconsider chemical synthesis and establish sustainable techniques. Electro-organic conversion has attracted particular attention from international academia and industry as an environmentally benign and cost-effective technique.
Zinc Electrowinning Workshop

Metal Electrowinning(Electrometallurgy)

For precious metal refining and primary metal recovery, activated metallic anodes are used to deposit the target metal on cathodes.
Electrodes for Electrolytic Copper Foil Production

Electrolytic Copper Foil

Electrodeposited copper foil is manufactured through the deposition of copper ions, onto the cathode drum via electrolysis. High-purity copper is first dissolved in acid to form a copper electrolyte solution, this copper electrolyte is then pumped into the electrolyzer where an electrically charged rotating titanium drum is partially immersed.